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Epavlis - Panoramic Seaview from Mirsini village

SuperhostMirsini, Griechenland
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DO YOU SEEK ONE OF THE BEST SEAVIEW in CRETE? Come live in a newly refurnished home, a mere 20 minutes from the sea. You will find all the comforts you need too. Respecting the nature and the location we've made a solar house. Your company the bird songs and cicadas.
NO COVIT 19 on the mountain.
We sterilize everything

Get rid of strees!!!!

Be hosted at EPAVLIS


NOTICE
The road to Epavlis from Mirsini up is narrow and rough, mountain road. You DO NOT need a 4x4 but you must drive slowly!

Die Unterkunft
The accommodation comprises, an open plan living/ dining area with fitted kitchen and a breakfast bar by side.

1 bedroom / 1 bathroom / Towels available / fireplace /woodstove/ kitchen / yard / sunbeds.

Accommodates 6 adults 2 double beds and 1 single bed 2 couch-beds.
The one in the living room.

The matresses and the pillows are ALLERGY CERTIFIED.

-The house have security box.

-24 hours observation from cameras. If you wish to.

-Parking

E X T R A S

-Small pharmacie to face a simple emergency.

-A few sawing necessities.

-Small jim ornaments.

-Playing guitar.

-Chess - Playing cards.

-A few toys for kids.


-We provide also cretan home-cooked menu served at your place made by my mother.

-You will have the opportunity to buy excellent local wine, raki, olive oil, vinigar and honey.

-We can make you a tour authentic traditional spots on Crete.

-You have the opportunity to walk about all paths on near by mountains or to use a mountain bike to wander arround and gaze the Cretan nature.

I am available whole day to give you information about locations and routes by text or phone.

if you want you can ask my suggestions for your own tailor made tour.
For art lovers, there is a potery work shop in the village. You have the opportunity to buy or take some lessons and make your own ceramic ornaments.
You can also observe the way making ceramics a special kind of work called racu...

Zugang für Gäste
Included for guests

- Kitchen accessories
- Our cretan olive oil
- Home made vinigar
- salt, herbs and spices
- Our homemade raki(traditional drink of Crete from grapes)
- Greek coffee - tea - sugar
- Breakfast(cerials, bee honey)
- Food*(Cottage has some pasta, rice, in cases of late arrival, etc.)
- Linen and towels
- Hair Shampoo - Body - hand soap
- Cotton buds ear cotton buds
- Toilet paper
- Kitchen paper - napkins
- Woods
- Stove

Chess - playing cards.
Toys for kids.

Weitere wichtige Hinweise
A character property in a traditional rural village 2km from Mirsini village, 20min from Mochlos village - beach, 50min from picturesque Aghios Nikolaos, 50 min to Ierapetra and 40 to Sitia.This spacious property was renovated in 2018 with strict attention to every small detail.

Interesting villages/places to go:

The village of Mochlos

The heart of the village where all life is concentrating is its quiet bay.

Mochlos is one of the few villages on Crete where you can eat on the seafront without being disturbed by motor traffic. Actually, there is a little road running along the sea but - to the delight of tourists and natives - the inn-keepers use it as extensions to their terraces. It persists as a pedestrian passage way between the tables. Long as it lasts!

During off-season, the village counts a good hundred inhabitants. 10% of the population are foreigners. This shows that travellers like Mochlos enormously. Be prepared of falling in love with the village, of having to return there every year as it has happened to many before!

Mochlos provides for anything necessary to spend a pleasant stay, without being obliged to drive a long way:

Situated in the centre is Anne's and Yannis' mini-market.




Richtis Gorge

Richtis waterfall
Richtis Gorge (Greek: Φαράγγι του Ρίχτη, Faraggi tou Richti) is a gorge in Crete, Greece (Map of Richtis Gorge here). It is a state protected park near Exo Mouliana, Sitia, eastern Crete (Greece) that starts at the traditional village Exo Mouliana, which is located on the national road between Agios Nikolaos and Sitia and ends at the secluded Richtis beach, just east of the village Kalavros. The hiking trail is about 4 km in length of easy (spring/summer/autumn) to moderate (winter) difficulty. Rich vegetation (mainly platanus trees, wild berries and local flowers and herbs) and animal life (mainly local species of butterflies, small reptiles, birds and small mammals) can be observed along the way, as well as old stone bridges and water mills before it culminates with the Richtis Waterfall and beach, making Richtis gorge trail one of the most diversified hiking experiences in Crete.



Kavousi - The olive tree of Azorias
he legendary olive tree in Azorias is located 1km south of the village Kavoussi and very close to the homonymous archaeological site of Azorias. This olive tree is a natural monument; it is the oldest olive tree in the world! Indeed, it is grafted on a rootstock of a wild olive tree, making it the oldest sample of grafting in the world.

The olive tree has been declared by the Association of Cretan Olive Municipalities as a natural monument because of the large size of its trunk and because of its location near three ancient settlements: Vrondas, Kastro and Azorias, where several artifacts related to olive oil have been uncovered.

The tree is located on the site of Azorias, on the road leading to the settlement Avgos. It belonged in 2008 to George Grammatikakis and it is a tree of Olea europea, of the variety Mastoeidis, locally named "mouratoelia".

SITIA
Sitia is located in the eastern part of Crete, where myth entangles with culture. The surrounding area of Sitia is a place with unique natural beauty, full of clean beaches. The most popular are Vai (the only natural palm forest in Europe), Erimoupoli, Kouremenos, Kserokampos, Chiona, Karoumes and Zakros.
The surrounding area of Sitia is also, well known for it's archaeological sites. The most popular are the Minoan palace of Zachros, the minoan settlement of Itanos, Palaikastro, Petras, Praisos, Chamezi and Mochlos. You will also find a great interest in the monasteries of Kapsa, Toplou and Faneromeni. In Sitia you can furhtermore visit two museums, the archaeological and the folklore where you can be informed in the history and tradition of the area.


Vai
The palm beach of Vai (Greek: Βάι) is one of the largest attractions of the Mediterranean island of Crete. It features the largest natural palm forest in Europe, made up of Cretan Date Palm (Phoenix theophrasti).

For tourism Vai was discovered at the beginning of the 1970s by Richard White and friends from North London, Belfast and Bavaria, at the end of that decade it was popularised by the last hippies who fled the hot-spots Matala and Preveli. At the beginning of the 1980s Vai was full of backpacker tourists from the whole world, leading to a mixture of chaotic campground and garbage dump. Vai was enclosed and declared as a protected area. The unique forest recovered, the beach became clean.

It is now a big tourist attraction and in August it is difficult to find a spot on the beach or indeed anywhere to park. lf you need the toilets you have to pay a euro or two. Because it is necessary to pay for parking, people park on the road so access can be difficult.

The palm beach, which belongs to the Moni Toplou, is the touristic center of East Crete, with thousands of visitors each year. Vai lies close to Palekastro, Sitia and the Dionysades islands.

ZAKROS
Zakros (Greek: Ζάκρος) is a site on the eastern coast of the island of Crete, Greece, containing ruins from the Minoan civilization. The site is often known to archaeologists as Zakro or Kato Zakro. It is believed to have been one of the four main administrative centers of the Minoans, and its protected harbor and strategic location made it an important commercial hub for trade to the east.
The town was dominated by the Palace of Zakro, originally built around 1900 BC, rebuilt around 1600 BC, and destroyed around 1450 BC along with the other major centers of Minoan civilization. Extensive ruins of the palace remain, and are a popular tourist destination.
Zakros is sometimes divided into Epano Zakros (Upper Zakros), the portion higher up on the hillside, and Kato Zakros (Lower Zakros), the part near the sea. A ravine known as the "Ravine of the Dead" runs through both the upper and lower parts of the ancient site, named after the numerous burials that have been found in the caves along its walls.

Epano Zakros is 38 km (24 mi) from Sitia. The road passes through Palekastro where it doubles back towards the south. A comparatively large village, Zakros includes in its community the following smaller villages: Kato Zakros, Adravasti, Azokeramos, Kellaria, Klisidi and the small hamlets of Ayios Georgios, Sfaka, Kanava and Skalia. The asphalt road ends at Kato Zakros.
Zakro was first excavated by D.G. Hogarth of the British School of Archaeology at Athens and 12 houses were unearthed before the site was abandoned. In 1961, Nikolaos Platon resumed the excavation and discovered the Palace of Zakro. This site has yielded several clay tablets with Linear A inscriptions.


Toplou Monastery

Toplou Monastery (Greek: Μονή Τοπλού) is a 15th-century monastery located in a dry and barren area in the Lasithi regional unit, on the eastern part of the island of Crete in Greece. It is about 6 km (3.7 mi) north of the village of Palekastro and 85 km (53 mi) east of Agios Nikolaos. The monastery was originally called Panagia Akrotiriani (Virgin Mary of the Cape), after the nearby Sidero cape. Its current name literally means "with the cannonball", thus called by the Turks for the cannon and cannonballs (Turkish: top) it had in its possession for defensive purposes.

Ierapetra - Chryssi island

Ierapetra has had a place in the history of Crete since the Minoan period. The Greek and later Roman town of Hierapytna was on the same site as present day Ierapetra. In the Classical Age Hierapytna became the strongest town of eastern Crete and, as a Dorian city in continual rivalry with Praisos, the last Minoan city in the island. Later, in the 3rd century BC, Hierapytna was notorious for its tendency to piracy and took part in the Cretan War along with other Cretan cities in the side of Philip V of Macedon against Knossos and Rhodes. Its importance as independent state ended when it was conquered by the Romans in 67 BC (the last free city in Crete) and was surpassed by the city of Gortyn. The Roman conquest of Ierapetra occurred at about the same time as that of Knossos, Cydonia and Lato.[3] Today remains of the Roman harbor can still be seen in the shallow bay. In AD 824 it was destroyed by Arab invaders, only to be rebuilt as a base for pirates again.

Chrysi (Golden) or Gaidhouronisi (Donkey Island) is an uninhabited island some twelve kilometres (7.5 miles) off the coast of the town of Ierapetra. It is 5 km (3 mi) long and on average one kilometre (0.62 miles) wide. The island's average height above sea level is 10 metres (33 feet); Kefala, the highest point of the island, is 31 metres (102 feet) above sea level. The island is renowned for its white beaches, sand dunes and forest of pines and junipers. The western tip of the island has some remains of past settlement: a few Minoan ruins and a 13th-century chapel dedicated to Agios Nikolaos (Saint Nicholas). It was inhabited into Byzantine times. The main sources of wealth were fishing, salt export, and the export of porphyra (Tyrian purple), a scarlet dye made from shells. After the Byzantine period the island was abandoned, although later it was used as a hideout.

Nowadays the island is protected as an "area of intense natural beauty". Especially in summer, the island attracts many tourists. As camping is forbidden on the island, only day trips are possible. Ferries leave the quay at Ierapetra daily at 10 A.M. and return at 5 P.M. Visitors are not allowed to roam freely over the island, but only on designated paths and some beaches close to the eastern tip of the island. There is a small tavern at the ferry landing. 700 metres (2,297 feet) to the east of Chrysi lies the rocky islet of Mikronisi (Small Island).


Agios Nikolaos

The sea in Agios Nikolaos is superb and the surrounding area of the city is noted for its sandy beaches and beautiful bays - Kitroplateia, Ammos beach, EOT beach and Ammoudi are within walking distance from the city center.

The landmark of the city is definitely the small lake, known as "Voulismeni" that is located in the center of the city, at the foot of the cliffs. Its shape is circular with a diameter of 137m.
According to the mythology, the goddess Athena used to take her bath in this lake. The depth of the lake is 64 m and was connected to the sea only recently, with a canal opened at 1870.
It is an especially picturesque site with many open-air cafes and restaurants along the bank.

Small boats leave the harbor to visit the Venetian fortress of Spinaloga, near Elounda .

Every summer the Municipality of Agios Nikolaos organizes cultural events, music and dance events, theatrical performances, exhibitions, shows. Also, during the Naval week, artistical swimming, water skiing, wind-surfing contests are organized.
Agios Nikolaos also possesses the second finest Archaeological Museum in Crete, where splendid archaeological findings from throughout the Prefecture of Lasithi are exhibited.


LASSITHI PLATEAU - Windmills of Lasithi - Local food
Lassithi Plateau is one of the few areas in the Mediterranean with permanent inhabitants at an altitude over 800 metres.
Lassithi plateau is 11 kilometres on the east-west axis and 6 kilometres on the north-south - an area of 25 square kilometres.
Have your camera loaded as there are many photo opportunities, especially early in the morning and in late afternoon.
Dikteon Andron, the cave where Zeus was born, is located here, but have shoes with a good grip with you, as the stairs leading down to the cave are quite slippery.
There are many small villages on the plateau which maintain their traditional colour and character. Don't hesitate to come out of your car and walk along the little streets. You will be rewarded with nostalgic sights of windmill in Lassithi plateauauthentic farm living.
Reading most tourist guides about the area, you are sure to see it described as a plateau of 10,000 windmills. There are also some old black and white photos showing thousands of windmills scattered throughout the area. Unfortunately, most of these windmills, with crude pumping engines and iron towers of simple technology, no longer exist. Originally, the locally-constructed windmills made their appearance in the valley at the end of the 1800s. During the 1950s there were about 4,000 of the structures offering invaluable assistance to local farmers. Today, with more modern means of irrigation and power supply, that number has been greatly reduced, depriving Lassithi of its unique identity.
windmills in Lassithi plateauHowever, there is much renewed interest in the restoration of the windmills, which would bring back the picture of the Lassithi Plateau as it once was.
Exiting the Lassithi Plateau and heading towards Heraklion, there's an area just before the village of Kera where 24 stone flour mills dating back to the 1800s once stood. They operated until the end of WWII, but today most are in various stages of ruin, with only three restored so far.
Just beyond this area is the Kera Monastery, famous for its beautiful frescoes. Anyway, they're both worth a look-see if you have the time.

DICTEON CAVE
The Dikteon Cave (or Dikteon Andron or Dictaean Cave) is one of the most important and famous of the 3,000 caves in Crete and the 8,500 in Greece.
It is in the impressive Dikteon Cave, rich in stalagmites and stalactites, that Zeus was born according to legend. This is why the Dikteon Cave was already famous in antiquity, dedicated to the worship of the greatest of the gods, as the many offerings found there indicate.
In our days the Dikteon Cave continues to receive many visitors, no longer worshippers, of course, but travellers from all over the world.

SPINALONGA - PLAKA - ELOUNDA
Spinalonga is a small island near Elounda in East Crete. Spinalonga is also known as the Leper Island, as that is where lepers from Crete and the rest of Greece were quarantined until 1957.
Today thousands of tourists visit Spinalonga each summer by boat from Agios Nikolaos, Elounda and Plaka, for a tour of its ruined buildings, which the Archaeological Service is laboriously trying to maintain.According to the data for 2009, Spinalonga has (phone number hidden) visitors daily during the summer months and is the most popular archaeological site in Crete after Knossos.
The strategic position of the rocky islet for the control and defence of Elounda harbour could not but mark Spinalonga with a turbulent history of fierce battles and much human suffering.
The name Spinalonga
Today the name Spinalonga is only applied to the islet, but the Venetians used it to include the large peninsula of Nissi or Kolokytha, which is connected to Elounda by a narrow isthmus.
Apparently Kolokytha used to be joined to Spinalonga (which is why it shared the same name), but in 1526 the Venetians cut a canal between the two, forming this small island.
This information comes from the Venetian cartographer Vincenzo Coronelli, but it may not be true. However, the islet is only 170 metres from Kolokytha and the water is shallow, so perhaps the Venetians did indeed carry out this project to form an impregnable island fortress.
The name Spinalonga appeared around the 13th century, bestowed by the Venetian conquerors, who, unfamiliar with Greek, corrupted the place-name “Stin Olounda” (“at Olounda”), originally to Spinalonde (13th century) and later to Spinalonga. It is no coincidence that the small island of Giudecca near Venice was also known as Spinalonga.
According to another interpretation the name of the island is derived from its shape, like a long thorn (spina longa), but this theory is not widely held.
Much later, in 1957, another name, Kalydon, was proposed for the island, in an unsuccessful attempt to replace the Latinate Spinalonga with a Greek name.

Kritsa - Church of Panagia Kera

Kritsa (Greek: Κριτσά) is one of the oldest and most picturesque villages in Crete, Greece, built amphitheatrically on a rock hill, named Kastellos, surrounded by olive groves, at an altitude of 375 m. It is part of the municipality of Agios Nikolaos. During the Middle Ages, it was thought to be the largest village in Crete. Kritsa has been destroyed many times during the last centuries because it participated in all of Crete's revolutions. It is located 10 km from Agios Nikolaos and has about 2200 inhabitants who live in different neighborhoods named Palemilos, Koukistres, Christos and Pergiolikia.
Kritsa has an extensive historic record with evidence of occupation as early as the second millennium BC. Near the village, three km to the north, are the ruins of the ancient Greek city Lato which was noted as one of the most powerful Dorian towns in Crete, with two acropoleis. The oldest settlement in the Kritsa area, on the steep rocky hill south of the village named Kastellos, dates back to the 12–13th century BC (Late Minoan IIIC). Lato is thought to may have been founded when Kastellos was abandoned.[1] Before the entrance of the village is the old Byzantine Church of Panagia Kera with unique, in technique and importance, Byzantine frescoes (13th and 14th century).
DO YOU SEEK ONE OF THE BEST SEAVIEW in CRETE? Come live in a newly refurnished home, a mere 20 minutes from the sea. You will find all the comforts you need too. Respecting the nature and the location we've made a solar house. Your company the bird songs and cicadas.
NO COVIT 19 on the mountain.
We sterilize everything

Get rid of strees!!!!

Be hosted at EPAVLIS


NOTICE
The road to Epavlis from Mirsini up is narrow and rough, mountain road. You DO NOT need a 4x4 but you must drive slowly!

Die Unterkunft
The accommodation comprises, an open plan living/ dining area with fitted kitchen and a breakfast bar by side.

1 bedroom / 1 bathroom / Towels available / fireplace /woodstove/ kitchen / yard / sunbeds.

Accommodates 6 adults 2 double beds and 1 single bed 2 couch-beds.
The one in the living room.

The matresses and the pillows are ALLERGY CERTIFIED.

-The house have security box.

-24 hours observation from cameras. If you wish to.

-Parking

E X T R A S

-Small pharmacie to face a simple emergency.

-A few sawing necessities.

-Small jim ornaments…

Schlafgelegenheiten

Schlafzimmer 1
1 Doppelbett (mind. 1,50 x 2 m), 1 Doppelbett, 1 Einzelbett, 1 Schlafcouch
Gemeinsam genutzte Räume
1 Sofa

Ausstattung

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WLAN
Kostenloser Parkplatz auf dem Grundstück
Kabelfernsehen
Kamin
Arbeitsplatz für Laptops
Bügeleisen
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During the summer, many traditional festivals take place in the nearby regions. Our guests have the opportunity to experience traditional Cretan music and dancing.

Ammoudi Club
21.8 km
Almyros beach
21.9 km
Cretan Olive Oil Farm
22.2 km
Spinalonga
24.1 km

Gastgeber: Dionisis

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Hi!!! This is Dionosis. Single in life. I run a cleaning business for living. We clean sofas carpets mattresses. Live in Ag. Nikolaos with my family. Father George Mother Mika Brother Stefanos. My favorite hobby is walking about mountains collecting all everythig can find. I have stepped on all mountains your eye can see from the house yard and many more!!! I could be the best guide if you possibly want a tour arround!!! Also like gym, playing football (use to play in a local team), almost all sorts of music but especially the local Cretan. I love the sea as much as the mountain, sea sports and the nightlife!!!!! I like good , wellcooked food of the local Cretan cousine. Some recipies I make myself with big success! !!! MOST OF EVERYTHING I LOVE DOGS!!!!!!! This is almost all about myself!!! Looking forward to meet you!!!
Hi!!! This is Dionosis. Single in life. I run a cleaning business for living. We clean sofas carpets mattresses. Live in Ag. Nikolaos with my family. Father George Mother Mika Brot…
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DO YOU SEEK ONE OF THE BEST SEAVIEW in CRETE?
Come live in a newly refurnished home, a mere 20 minutes from the sea. You will find all the comforts you need too. Respecting the nature and the location we've made a solar house. Your company bird songs and cicadas.


Get rid of strees!!!!

Be hosted at EPAVLIS


NOTICE
The road to Epavlis from Mirsini up is narrow and rough, mountain road. You DO NOT need a 4x4 but you must drive slowly!
DO YOU SEEK ONE OF THE BEST SEAVIEW in CRETE?
Come live in a newly refurnished home, a mere 20 minutes from the sea. You will find all the comforts you need too. Respecting…
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